Chronological list of canon lawyers

Chronological list of canon lawyers

This is a chronological list of canon lawyers. The listing is by date of death.

* Albert Avogadro (1149-1214)
* Bernardus Compostellanus Antiquus (13th century)
* Bartholomew of Brescia (d. 1258)
* William Durandus, the Younger (d. 1328)
* Astesanus de Ast (d. c. 1330)
* Novella d'Andrea (d. 1333)
* Bartholomew of San Concordio (c.1260-1347)
* Giovanni d'Andrea (c. 1270-1348)
* Bonifazio Vitalini (c.1320- after 1388)
* John Alen (1476-1534)
* Franz Burkard (d. 1539)
* Antoine de Mouchy (1494-1574)
* Franz Burkard (d. 1584)
* Antonio Agustín y Albanell (1516-1586)
* Martín de Azpilcueta (1491-1586)
* Agostinho Barbosa (1589-1649)
* Ludwig Engel (d. 1694)
* Francesco Antonio Begnudelli-Basso (d. 1713)
* Giovanni Clericato (1633-1717)
* Jean-Pierre Gibert (1660-1736)
* Vitus Pichler (1670-1736)
* Placidus Böcken (1690-1752)
* Carbo Sebastiano Berardi (1719-1768)
* Pietro Ballerini (1698-1769)
* Johann Caspar Barthel (1697-1771)
* Girolamo Ballerini (1701-1781)
* Maurus von Schenkl (1749-1816)
* Marie Dominique Bouix (1808-1870)
* Camillus Tarquini (1810-1874)
* Ferdinand Walter (1794-1879)
* Wilhelm Molitor (1819-1880)
* Friedrich Heinrich Vering (1833-1896)
* Felice Cavagnis (1841-1906)


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